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Really Important Basic Spanish Verbs

This is the Spring verb review list for my Spanish 2 classes. REVIEW THIS OFTEN!!! No one gets out of this class without memorizing this list.
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abrir
to open
acostarse
to go to bed (o to ue)
afeitarse
to shave oneself
almorzar
to eat lunch (o to ue)
añadir
to add
apagar
to turn off (lights); to extinguish (fire)
aprender
to learn
ayudar
to help
bailar
to dance
bajar
to descend; to get off of (a bus, ride)
bajar de peso
to lose weight
bañarse
to bathe oneself
beber
to drink
besar
to kiss
calentar
to heat up (e to ie)
caminar
to walk
cenar
to eat dinner
cepillarse
to brush (ones teeth, hair)
cerrar
to close (e to ie)
cocinar
to cook
comenzar
to start (usually followed with an a) (i to ie)
comer
to eat
comprar
to buy
comprender
to understand, entender
contestar
to answer
cortar
to cut
dar
to give
dar una vuelta
to take a ride
decir
to say or to tell
desayunar
to eat breakfast
desenchufar
to unplug
despertarse
to wake up (e to ie)
devolver
to return SOMETHING (o to ue)
encender
to turn on (lights) OR to light (a fire) (e to ie)
enchufar
to plug in
escribir
to write
escuchar
to listen
entender
to understand (e to ie), comprender
esperar
to wait or to hope
estacionar
to park (a car)
estar a dieta
to be on a diet
estudiar
to study
explicar
to explain
funcionar
to function, to work (the machine works)
ganar
to win or to earn
hablar
to speak
hacer
to do or to make
hacer una pregunta
to ask a question
ir
to go
irse
to leave, salir
jugar
to play (u to ue)
lastimarse
to hurt, to injure
leer
to read
levantar
to raise
levantarse
to get up
limpiar
to clean
llamar
to call
llamarse
to be named, to call oneself
llegar
to arrive
llevar
to bring
llorar
to cry
manejar
to drive
mezclar
to mix
mirar
to watch
olvidar
to forget
pagar
to pay
parar
to stop
perder
to lose (e to ie)
poder
can, to be able to (o to ue)
poner
to put, to place
practicar
to practice
preguntar
to ask
prestar atención
to pay attention
probar
to taste (o to ue)
probarse
to try on (clothes) (o to ue)
quejarse de
to complain about
querer
to want OR to love
regresar
to return, devolver (return a thing)
repasar
to review
quitar
to remove
sacar
to take out
saber
to know (facts)
salir
to leave, irse
secar
to dry
sentarse
to sit down (e to ie)
sentir
to feel (e to ie)
subir
to go up, climb, or to get on (bus, car)
tener
to have
terminar
to finish
trabajar
to work (person, not a machine)
vender
to sell
venir
to come
ver
to see
volver
to return, regresar (person, NOT a thing) (o to ue)
quitarse
to take off (clothing)
ponerse
to put on (clothing)
pasarlo bien
divertirse, to have a good time
fumar
to smoke
toser
to cough
estornudar
to sneeze
borrar
to erase
asistir
to attend (a class, an event)
contar
decir, to tell (o to ue)
encontrar
to find (o to ue)
morir
to die (o to ue)
mostrar
to show (o to ue)
nacer
to be born
preferir
to prefer (i to ie)
caerse
to fall down (accidentally)
conocer
to know (people and places)
obedecer
to obey
parecer
to seem, to appear
preocuparse
to worry
quedarse
to remain, to stay
enojarse
to get angry
ducharse
to shower
creer
to believe
arreglar
to fix
pasar la aspiradora
to vacuum
barrer
to sweep
descansar
to rest
gritar
to shout
llover
to rain (o to ue)
gastar
to spend (money)
enseñar
to teach
aprender
to learn